Camp Mack Festival

WELCOME to the 19th Annual Camp Mack Festival, October 7, 2017 from 9-4.  Parking and Admission are FREE.  So, come enjoy a day for all as you support the mission of Camp Mack.

Please stop by the Hospitality Booth when you stop in  There we will provide answers to your questions, special needs information, and first aid.  Purchase ride tickets here!

Live Auction 1:30 until finished

Flea Market 10:00 a.m.- 1 p.m.

Silent Gift Card Auction 9:30 a.m-3 p.m.

Train Rides from 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. (Purchase ride tickets at the Hospitality Booth) Tickets $1
(Main Grounds: 9:00, 9:25, 1:10, 2:05 Living Cross: 9:50, 12:45 Wilderness Tour: 10:50, 1:35, 2:30 Camp Mack Guided Tour: 10:15, 12:20)

Hay Rides 10:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. (Purchase ride tickets at the Hospitality Booth) Tickets $1
(10:00, 10:30, 11:00, 1:00, 1:30, 2:00, 2:30)

Food Booths open 9:00 a.m. -2:00 p.m. or until sold out.

Demonstrations and Displays open 9:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.

Camp Mack Gift Shoppe open 10:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m.


Entertainment Line Up

Performances will be held on stage in the Auditorium:
9:30-10:10 Promissory Notes
(acoustic guitar and dulcimer music)
10:15-10:45 The Chain Gand (acapella men's quartet)
10:55-11:40 Union Center Worship Team (contemporary Christian music)
11:50-12:35 Living Word (Gospel vocal music)
12:40-1:30 Boomer Boys (oldies, pop, folk music)

John Kline Gathering Room
1:00 p.m.
Balloon artist, Derek Wells



Children’s Activities in Sarah Major
(Affordable activities, great crafts, great crafts)

10 Different Games!
Crafts: Painting is Fun, Sand Art Fun, Coasters, Pony Bead Fun, Lid Critters
3 Toddler Activities


Auction Preview
Persian Rugs (4 sizes)
Quilts by Connie Kauffman
Handmade Crocheted Bed Spread
Wall Hangings
Antique Marble Top Dresser with Mirror



Demonstrations and Displays

Sarah Major
9-noon Children's Reading with Kaitlyn Arford from the Milford Library
Shultz Chapel
10-noon Autoharp Demonstration/ Q&A with Les Gustafson-Zook 
‚ÄčJohn Kline Gathering Room
9-3 Quilt Display by Casey Drudge
John Kline Turkey Creek Conference Room
9-3 Spinning with Julie Davidson and Nancy Tooker
East side of Auditorium
9-3 Woodturning with Chris Kelsey
9-3 Woodworking with Lynn Kreider
9-3 Pottery Wheel with Karl Grossman
9-3 Candles, Popcorn, Carmel Corn, Rope Making with the Program Staff
9-3 Animals in the tipi
Throughout the day: Banjo a/o Mandolin with Terry Rassi



Food Booths (Breakfast 9-11, Lunch 11-2 or until sold out)

Bethany: Cinnamon Rolls, Hot Chocolate
Camp Mack: Cinnamon Toast
Creekside: Biscuits and Gravy
North Webster: Pancakes and Sausage

Blue River: Coney Dogs, Hot Dogs, Soft Drinks, Water, Capri Suns
Creekside: Tacos
Lincolnshire: Beef Stew
North Webster: Vegetable Beef Soup, Ham and Bean Soup
North Winona: Curly Fries
Rock Run: Pulled Pork
Union Center: BBQ Chicken Leg Quarters, Sirloin Burgers, Brats

Agape: Monster Cookies (gluten free and peanut free)
Camp Mack (In demonstration area): Cornbread, Elephant Ears, Popcorn, Caramel Corn
Columbia City: Pie, Apple Dumplings
Crest Manor: Hot Chocolate, Water, Donuts, Gluten Free Treats
Goshen City: Apple Cider
Lincolnshire: Breads (Banana, Pumpkin, Zucchini, etc...)
Pine Creek: Baked Items
Pleasant Chapel: Whoopie Pies, Milk
Shepherd's Heart: Gluten Free Chex Mix, Caramel Corn, other baked items


Camp Mack Festival Announcements:

NEW this year is a flea market from 10-1.  Find your treasures here
*If you have treasures to donate to the flea market, you may drop them off at camp during regular business hours beginning October 2.  If you need to drop off donations before that, please call the camp to set up a time.